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Board Member Vacancy - Zone 3 Featured Photo

Board Member Vacancy - Zone 3

Due to the resignation of a board member, the Dardanelle Public School Board of Directors is accepting letters of interest from individuals who reside in Zone 3 of the Dardanelle School District and desire to be considered for appointment to the board. Please click on the link above for more information.
Administrative Update from the Board Meeting ~ September 15, 2021 Featured Photo

Administrative Update from the Board Meeting ~ September 15, 2021

The school board met in a special called meeting on September 15, 2021. The school board accepted a board member's resignation, hired a human resources coordinator, and hired an administrative assistant to the superintendent. Please click on the link above for more details.
Special Called Board Meeting Featured Photo

Special Called Board Meeting

There will be a special called board meeting tonight, September 15, 2021, at Central Office (102 S. Front Street). The meeting will begin promptly at 5:30 p.m. Please click on the link above for more details.
Administrative Update from Board Meeting Featured Photo

Administrative Update from Board Meeting

The school board met in a regularly scheduled board meeting and approved the following board policy update: Masks are required to be worn by all students and all adults on buses at all times to and from school and to and from all extra-curricular events starting on Monday, September 20, 2021. Additional information from the meeting is attached (please click the headline for more).

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Mission and Vision

Mission Statement:
The mission of the Dardanelle School District is to educate all students to enable them to become informed citizens in an ever-changing world.

Vision Statement:
Dardanelle Schools are a focal point for the community.  They are safe, positive places that encourage “self-growth”, student achievement, and lifelong learning.  The partnership of school and community provides the resources to meet the needs of all students and expand the classroom into the community.  Our staff serves our primary clients, the students, with a variety of instructional techniques that reflect best practices in education.  Our staff receives ongoing training and support to learn and utilize these proven best practices and educational reform tools to maximize the educational process.  Our schools utilize current technologies as tools to enhance student learning.  Our graduates are healthy, productive members of society.